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It is a pleasure to highlight people and events from the 2010-2011 academic year in this report. Exceptional people - students, faculty, staff, alumni, supporters and community leaders - all contributed to great progress and change at Middlesex County College. Hundreds of programs and services helped to fulfill our mission of service to the community. Three milestones I'd like to highlight:. We graduated our largest class in May 2011 - 1,445 students.. Christina Freund '11 is the first MCC student Coca Cola Scholars Foundation Silver award winner..We opened Crabiel Hall, our newest building, continuing our first-rate facilities and grounds in support of educational and co-curricular programs. There isn't space to recount each notable success in this publication, so I encourage you to keep pace with all that happens by turning to our web site regularly to stay current throughout the year: For nearly 50 years, the mission of Middlesex County College has been to offer affordable, accessible, high-quality education. We strive to provide the best value for students and their families. To this end we are taking new, collaborative steps with the MCC Foundation, Inc. and the MCC Alumni Association to ensure seamless planning, involvement, recognition and success for lifelong learning. Thank you for your continued role in the success of Middlesex County College.PresidentFrom the President Joann La Perla-MoralesSUCCESS STARTS HERE

4Middlesex by the Numbers100Degree & Certificate Programs" I'd highly recommend this program for those with technical skills who want to work in the surveying industry," Professor Sabol said. "It's a field that is professionally fulfilling and enjoyable. "A new Associate in Applied Science degree program in Surveying Engineering Technology is being offered at the College. The program, which was originally an option in the civil engineering program, was expanded because of the demand for land surveyors and their importance to the construction industry."If you want to practice land surveying in New Jersey, you must have a Professional Land Surveyor's License (PLS)," said Thom Sabol, chairperson of the Department of Engineering Technologies. "In New Jersey, you will also need a bachelor's degree. Students graduating from our program with their associate's degree can transfer to schools such as NJIT to complete their education."The instructor, Belton Brevard, is a professional surveyor and owns Brevard Surveying & Mapping. He says that most of the graduates will go on to NJIT and earn their bachelor's degree and professional license.